FYI: WE DO NOT RECEIVE APPLICATIONS FROM INDIA AT THE MOMENT (2018).
If you want your organization to be taken into consideration, your application to the Swallows must include the following information:
1. Information about the organisation
Short presentation of the applying organization including size, activities, target groups and overall development vision.
2. Project information
A description of the target group and their general living conditions
Development objective: The overall aim of the project (the long-term change that the organization wants to make for the target group. For example: social and economic empowerment of Dalit women
Immediate objective: The concrete aim of activity (that will likely happen through the successful implementation of the project. For example: 50 Dalit women have gained knowledge of their socio-economic rights.)
Expected outcome of the project/activities – how will the activity improve the conditions of the target group?
Success indicators: Reflect on how you can see that the project is moving in the right direction.
Description of activities
A detailed time schedule of activities
Reflections of how to ensure the viability of the project in the future
Number of staff involved
A detailed budget for the project, as well as comprehensive information about the economy of the organization, including other donors and financial sources.
Amount applied for from Swallows.
3) Administrative information:
Confirmation that the organization is registered under Tamil Nadu Societies Act of 1975 or the NGO Bureau (Bangladesh).
Information about bank account that grants can be transferred to.